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IPSWICH children are now eligible for a free flu vaccine. National uptake figures indicate that 54 per cent of people aged 65 and over, who hold a medical card or GP visit card, received the flu vaccine during the 2016-2017 flu season. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced in late August which strains of the flu virus would be in this year's vaccine. If you feel like you are going to faint (it happens), you may want to lay down on an exam table to get your vaccine.
  • PM Modi presents special gifts to Myanmar President

    PM Modi presents special gifts to Myanmar President

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    India also faces the problem of Rohingyas fleeing into the states bordering Myanmar. National Assembly Standing Committee on Human Rights Chairperson Babar Nawaz Khan told Express that meetings with diplomats were continuing regarding the Myanmar government's atrocities against its Muslims minority.
  • Ministers Evaluated 'Positive' And 'Negative' Ahead Of Third Cabinet Reshuffle

    Ministers Evaluated 'Positive' And 'Negative' Ahead Of Third Cabinet Reshuffle

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    According to The Indian Express, the swearing-in ceremony will take place at around 10 am, at Rashtrapati Bhawan, a first under newly-elected President Ram Nath Kovind. This is what he was doing as the chief minister of Gujarat. While the reshuffle, slated to be held on Sunday, was the prerogative of the prime minister, it would make "zero difference", he said.
  • AAP wins Bawana bypoll in boost for Kejriwal , setback for BJP

    AAP wins Bawana bypoll in boost for Kejriwal , setback for BJP

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    The constituency has voted for the party's ideology and track-record in governance, implying that the AAP has managed to retain its mass base, at least in Bawana. TDP candidate Bhuma Brahmananda Reddy won comfortably from the Nandyal Assembly constituency, defeating YSRCP candidate Silpa Chandra Mohan Reddy with a margin of over 27,456 votes.
  • West Indies stun England

    West Indies stun England

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    Here, he was elegant through the offside and assured off his legs. It was the Windies' first in a test in England for 17 years. After being in control for the first three days, West Indies is now up against it and needs the second-highest total to win a test at Headingley, and the highest since Don Bradman's Australia team made 404-3 batting last in 1948.
  • Security Tightened In Punjab Ahead Of Ram Rahim's Sentencing: Amarinder Singh

    Security Tightened In Punjab Ahead Of Ram Rahim's Sentencing: Amarinder Singh

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    The CM expressed shock and said the situation was allowed to escalate by the Haryana Government. It has also been chose to extend the ban on mobile data services in the state till Tuesday, the CM said, adding that 19 potential trouble makers had been taken into preventive custody and that the crackdown would continue ahead of the sentencing.
  • Majority say Donald Trump is dividing America, as approval rating falls

    Majority say Donald Trump is dividing America, as approval rating falls

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    The George Washington University Battleground Poll، released Thursday، also found that more than 7 out of 10 believe his "behavior is not what I expect from a president.' While more people support Trump's job performance on the economy than oppose it، majorities disapprove of how he's handling foreign affairs in general، 53 per cent، and the North Korea crisis in particular، 51 per cent.
  • Large Amounts of Vitamin B Linked to Lung Cancer

    Large Amounts of Vitamin B Linked to Lung Cancer

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    Brasky, Ph.D., lead author and research assistant professor in the department of internal medicine at Ohio State University says. This increase in risk was predominantly due to a rise in lung cancer risk. Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC - James), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and National Taiwan University report their findings in the August 22, 2017 issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology .
  • Remains of 9/11 victim identified 16 years after terror attacks

    Remains of 9/11 victim identified 16 years after terror attacks

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    Barbara Sampson told the Times . His distinguishing proof was affirmed through DNA retesting. That means 40 percent of those who died that day have yet to have any remains identified. There are more than 21,900 pieces of remains yet unidentified. Forensic experts have said over the years that more identifications are expected as DNA technology evolves, although the pace has been slow.
  • E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US

    E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US

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    E-cigarette users were identified from the most recent survey, while smoking quit rates were obtained from those who had reported smoking cigarettes 12 months before the survey. "Uniquely, we also found that e-cigarette use had a greater impact on the odds of cigarette experimentation in young "never smokers" who had a firm intention not to smoke and/or whose friends didn't smoke".